Definition of Glove anesthesia
1. Noun. A mental disorder involving loss of sensitivity in the hand and wrist. "Since no combination of nerves serve this area a glove anesthesia is clearly psychogenic in origin"
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Literary usage of Glove anesthesia
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1. Wisconsin Medical Journal by State Medical Society of Wisconsin (1904)
"glove anesthesia In a case of hysterical paralysis of the hand following a slight Injury. The border of the anesthesia Is sharply defined and the line ..."
2. Traumatic surgery by John Joseph Moorhead (1921)
"Hysteric zones and anesthesia areas: a, Hemi-anesthesia and ovarian zone; b, "stocking and glove" anesthesia, ovarian and umbilical zones; c, ..."
3. Pathology and morbid anatomy by Thomas Henry Green (1905)
"... and " glove anesthesia " of the arms, characteristic of polyneuritis, indicate that the sensory disturbance does not correspond to spinal segmentation, ..."